Saturday, December 06, 2014

When Environmental Activists Get Their Way... Towns Die....

Protestors Force Plant to Close / Town's Largest Employer & Taxpayer

Richard Brooks, forest campaign co-ordinator with Greenpeace Canada, responded to the Resolute's criticism by saying the company can only blame itself.
"A forest products company like Resolute needs to demonstrate the commitment to sustainability," he said in an e-mail.
"This is where Resolute's leadership urgently needs to re-focus their efforts for the sake of the long-term health of the forest and viability of their operations and the communities that depend on them.”

1 comment:

johndoe124 said...

I challenge GreenPOS to use their own money to buy the Resolute Mill and show us how to run it sustainably and profitably. If, in fact, they do have a viable business model then it will encourage others to follow their business model as well as providing financial resources for their continuing campaign of ecofascism.